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post #7021 of 15726
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My post lady rejected my pickup today. Said I had too many..,

You did schedule the pick up, right? 

post #7022 of 15726
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

119 out the door today!


Aaaanddddddd that's why're a Boss
post #7023 of 15726
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Notify your postmaster. She will not be doing that again. 

No it's not a bad thing. Her truck was packed. I didn't schedule, just happened to walk out the front door while she was next door. She's super-cool.
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For Final Value Fees on Shipping, if it's international shipping is there a charge? I ask since it seems on / off when looking over my eBay invoices for fees
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For Final Value Fees on Shipping, if it's international shipping is there a charge? I ask since it seems on / off when looking over my eBay invoices for fees

I always get charged .66 on international shipping, no matter what it ends up being.  Seems like I read they base it on shipping to your zip or something like that.  My zip to my zip is 6.60 on a 3# package so it seems to make sense.

post #7026 of 15726
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No it's not a bad thing. Her truck was packed. I didn't schedule, just happened to walk out the front door while she was next door. She's super-cool.

Oh, well that explains it. Make sure you schedule it. It gives them a heads up to send another truck.

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Oh, well that explains it. Make sure you schedule it. It gives them a heads up to send another truck.

The PO is on my way anywhere go, so I just drop stuff off...
post #7028 of 15726
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

I always get charged .66 on international shipping, no matter what it ends up being.  Seems like I read they base it on shipping to your zip or something like that.  My zip to my zip is 6.60 on a 3# package so it seems to make sense.

Yeah looked into it a bit more as originally for my spreadsheet I only had eBay billing as a separate category but going back to do it for individual transactions to be detailed for taxes. It seems that they charge the Final Value Shipping fee for the domestic shipping charge and not the international.
post #7029 of 15726
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Yeah looked into it a bit more as originally for my spreadsheet I only had eBay billing as a separate category but going back to do it for individual transactions to be detailed for taxes. It seems that they charge the Final Value Shipping fee for the domestic shipping charge and not the international.

 

Thank god.

post #7030 of 15726
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post


Yeah looked into it a bit more as originally for my spreadsheet I only had eBay billing as a separate category but going back to do it for individual transactions to be detailed for taxes. It seems that they charge the Final Value Shipping fee for the domestic shipping charge and not the international.

Here's how it works.

 

You pay FVF on the cheapest domestic shipping option you offer. If you offer free economy shipping and the buyer opts to ship priority or express, you still pay no fee. 

post #7031 of 15726
My new photo setup is almost finished. I hung the backdrop last night. New mannequin arrives today, I will post photos of the setup tonight. I'm trying to decide on what tie I want to use going forward. The gold tie that I'm currently using is nice because it goes with just about every color out there, but I'm bored with it. I might transition to a navy tie.
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Anyone know what these Ebay consignment shops you see in strip malls usually charge?  Contemplating a business plan because I hate my job most days, however, it pays well so it might be a hard decision to try to go off and do an ebay store but I do enjoy selling things much more than accounting.

post #7033 of 15726

So I have a tweed suit with union tags but no fabric tags. It looks and feels like wool but that's about it. What do I say in the listing?

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So I have a tweed suit with union tags but no fabric tags. It looks and feels like wool but that's about it. What do I say in the listing?


I have seen Spoo put something like "Not tagged, most likely Wool".

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I have seen Spoo put something like "Not tagged, most likely Wool".


Thanks. I was planning to do that in the description. My worry is the 'Item Specifics' part which doesn't leave any room for ambiguity. Since ebay uses the information entered there to narrow down searches, if I don't have 100% Wool there, my item wouldn't even be seen by anyone who's looking for a wool tweed suit. I'd love to be corrected if I'm wrong in my assumptions.

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